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City Paper Wants Your DC Stories

The Washington City Paper‘s next fiction issue is approaching, and it needs your submissions. Here’s a chance to give the city, and a broader audience, a look at DC from your point of view. The paper wants unpublished short stories no longer than 2,000 words. These tales will give readers a view of the District […]

The Mansion of the Kavanaughs

Dear Ms. Ellis: I was forwarded your recent article As Kavanaugh Allegations Widen, Elite-College Alumni Recall Harassment From Decades Past Students, By Lindsay Ellis September 27, 2018 As a 1965 graduate of Radcliffe (which was in the process of becoming Harvard), I am being urged by family and husband to write something about all this. You may […]

NWU Supports 115 Members of Study Hall

The following letter was signed by 115 members of the Study Hall collective. NWU supports their struggle. September 5, 2018: When The Outline launched in late 2016, they promised to be “a new kind of publication” that would, against many odds, find ways to thrive in a near-apocalyptic media landscape. Yesterday, they announced layoffs of […]